Who will replace Arsene Wenger if he leaves at the end of the season? The Gunners coach announced that he will make a decision on his Arsenal future based on his “gut feeling”. Dude, you have done magnificently; however, it’s better to leave on your own terms than to be kicked out. The way things look right now, Arsene Wenger might get fired. Man, won’t that be a surprise? Already, the club has identified some people who might replace him at the helm of affairs.
These dudes include Diego Simeone and Massimiliano Allegri. Both of these men have impressive CVs, they have achieved loads with their clubs, and they are nearing the end of their respective contracts. However, will the man budge? Arsene is a favorite with the board of directors; but then, I’m pretty sure that they are not too comfortable with not winning the league title. If they were, I’m sure they would not bother signing such high-profile players as Alexis Sanchez. So, they want silverware; however, Arsene Wenger has forgotten how to obtain it. That much is clear, at least. Arsenal needs a change.
Diego Simeone would definitely bring something new to Arsenal. His Atletico Madrid side have gained fame for their brutally efficient football; or rather, they have forced themselves into the limelight. Real Madrid and Barcelona would remember the year they both lost out to the Rojiblancos in the Spanish League with a bit of regret. Also, they reached the final of the Champions League twice in three years; only that they lost both times to their Real neighbors. Definitely, Simeone would be a great Arsena,, coach.
Massimiliano Allegri needs no introduction. Antonio Conte won everything with Juventus,then left to coach the Italian national team. Allegri took over; so far, there has been no difference. Juventus are on course to claim a fifth-straight Serie A title. They don’t even look like they lost an important player; since Paul Pogba, Carlos Tevez and Andre Pirlo left at various times, they simply carried on with the ass-kicking. Allegri is the brain behind that. That’s the kind of brain Arsenal needs right now; therefore, Arsene Wenger’s gut feeling would do well to suggest retirement.